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  2. French composer. His name may be a corruption of Picquigny, a town near Amiens; if so he may be Robert de Picquigny, chamberlain to Charles II of…

  3. French composer. His lament for Machaut in ballade form in the Chantilly MS is the earliest known of many 'Déplorations'(elegies) for famous…

  4. Johannes Symonis (Jehan Simon) Hasprois (died 1428) was a French composer originally from Arras. Four of his works of music survive in four…

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  6. Jehan Vaillant (sometimes spelled Johannes Vayllant) (fl. 1360–90) was a French music composer and theorist. He is named immediately after Guillaume…

  7. Solage was a 14th century French composer of the ars subtilior style. Ten of his works, along with two anonymous works attributed to him on…

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  10. French composer. In 1378 he was a member of the chapel of Louis I of Anjou, and from 1382 until at least 1386 he was at the Papal court at…

  11. French composer of whom nothing is known but his name and his one ballade in the Chantilly MS, En nul estat,. The identification of the composer of…

  12. Egidius, sometimes Magister Egidius, (c. 1350-1400?) is an ars subtilior composer found in the Chantilly Codex and the Modena Codex. Works…

  13. François Andrieu was a composer, most likely French, of the late 14th century. Nothing is known about him except that he wrote an elegy on the…

  14. French composer and poet. He came from Tournai and was 'diseur' to the king of France in 1372. In 1387 he completed his great epic poem, the…

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  16. Possibly Guido de Lange, who is known to have been a papal singer even before the beginning of the Avignon schism. Two pieces in the Chantilly…

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  18. French composer, from Tours. Served John I of Catalonia and Aragon (reigned 1350-96), whose court at Barcelona was heavily dependent on Avignon…

  19. French composer known by only two pieces. De ce foul pense,from the Chantilly MS, was exceptionally popular and one of the most frequently copied…

  20. Johannes Cesaris (fl. 1406 – 1417) was a French composer of the late Medieval era and early Renaissance. He was one of the composers of the…

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